BMC Biology

BMC Biology is an online open access scientific journal that publishes original, peer-reviewed research in all fields of biology, together with opinion and comment articles. The journal is part of a series of BMC journals published by the UK-based publisher BioMed Central. It is considered the flagship biology journal within the BMC series, and since 2010 has incorporated what was previously the separate Journal of Biology, which had been the premier BioMed Central journal. It published 88 research articles in 2009.

Publisher
BioMed Central
Country
United Kingdom UK
History
2003–present
Impact factor
6.53 ()

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Medical research

Navigating nerve fibres take different shapes

An analysis of how nerve fibres make vital connections during brain development could aid the understanding of how some cognitive disorders occur.

Genetics

Researchers find human development's first gear

Oxford University researchers are closer to solving a decade-old mystery after discovering that a set of genes they are studying play a key role in early human development.

Genetics

Mum and Dad's genes battle over baby's body shape

Scientists from our Department of Biology & Biochemistry have uncovered how genes inherited from your mother and father have opposite effects on growth during early life, the outcome of which can influence the risk of conditions ...

Neuroscience

Questions about quiet group of brain cells lead to new discovery

What started as a project investigating the role of memories in Parkinson's disease patients took Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) researchers Dr. Bin Hu and Taylor Chomiak, PhD, down a ten-year path towards what Hu calls ...

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